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Directions(1-5): Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.
(A) Like Gandhi’s mantra of swarajya, Modi has turned Swachh Bharat into a mass movement, a jan andolan that you cannot quarrel with whatever your political stripe.
(B) The smartest thing Prime Minister Narendra Modi did was to hitch the Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM) to the aura of Mahatma Gandhi.
(C) Modi has also been a constant communicator about Swachh Bharat in his speeches.
(D) From its official launch at Raj Ghat on Gandhi Jayanti 2014, the Clean India message has been omnipresent and relentless.
(E) Gandhi spoke and wrote prolifically, using his magazines Navajivan, Harijan and Young India, postcards, letters and telegrams.
(F) He also has the power of social media, and a Swachh Bharat app so you can take pictures of dirt and garbage that are geo-spatially tagged and hopefully cleaned up.

1. Which of the following would be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?

2. Which of the following would be the SIXTH (LAST) sentence after rearrangement?

3. Which of the following would be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?

4. Which of the following would be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?

5. Which of the following would be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?

Directions(6-10) :Rearrange the six sentences given below to form a coherent paragraph and then, answer the following questions.
(A) One would first notice one or two bright dots shining in the sky.
(B) The whole sky is filled with tiny shining objects – some are bright, others dim.
(C) How wonderful it is to watch the sky after sunset!
(D) It seems as if the sky is studded with diamonds. They all appear to be twinkling.
(E) Soon you would see the number increasing. You cannot count them anymore.
(F) But if you look at them carefully you will notice that some of them do not twinkle as others do. They simply glow without any flicker just as the moon shines.

6. What should be the THIRD sentence of the coherent paragraph?

7. What should be the FIFTH sentence of the coherent paragraph?

8. What should be the FOURTH sentence of the coherent paragraph?

9. What should be the FIRST sentence of the coherent paragraph?

10. What should be the LAST sentence of the coherent paragraph?

 

Check your Answers below:

 

  1. Directions(1-5): Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.

    (A) Like Gandhi’s mantra of swarajya, Modi has turned Swachh Bharat into a mass movement, a jan andolan that you cannot quarrel with whatever your political stripe.
    (B) The smartest thing Prime Minister Narendra Modi did was to hitch the Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM) to the aura of Mahatma Gandhi.
    (C) Modi has also been a constant communicator about Swachh Bharat in his speeches.
    (D) From its official launch at Raj Ghat on Gandhi Jayanti 2014, the Clean India message has been omnipresent and relentless.
    (E) Gandhi spoke and wrote prolifically, using his magazines Navajivan, Harijan and Young India, postcards, letters and telegrams.
    (F) He also has the power of social media, and a Swachh Bharat app so you can take pictures of dirt and garbage that are geo-spatially tagged and hopefully cleaned up.

    1. Question

    Which of the following would be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?

    Ans:2
    The correct sequence of the sentences to form a coherent paragraph is BDAECF. Hence, option (b) is the most suitable answer choice.

  2. 2. Question

    Which of the following would be the SIXTH (LAST) sentence after rearrangement?

    Ans:4
    The correct sequence of the sentences to form a coherent paragraph is BDAECF. Hence, option (d) is the most suitable answer choice.

  3. 3. Question

    Which of the following would be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?

    Ans:2
    The correct sequence of the sentences to form a coherent paragraph is BDAECF. Hence, option (b) is the most suitable answer choice.

  4. 4. Question

    Which of the following would be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?

    Ans:1
    The correct sequence of the sentences to form a coherent paragraph is BDAECF. Hence, option (a) is the most suitable answer choice.

  5. 5. Question

    Which of the following would be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?

    Ans:4
    The correct sequence of the sentences to form a coherent paragraph is BDAECF. Hence, option (d) is the most suitable answer choice.

    Directions(6-10) :Rearrange the six sentences given below to form a coherent paragraph and then, answer the following questions.
    (A) One would first notice one or two bright dots shining in the sky.
    (B) The whole sky is filled with tiny shining objects – some are bright, others dim.
    (C) How wonderful it is to watch the sky after sunset!
    (D) It seems as if the sky is studded with diamonds. They all appear to be twinkling.
    (E) Soon you would see the number increasing. You cannot count them anymore.
    (F) But if you look at them carefully you will notice that some of them do not twinkle as others do. They simply glow without any flicker just as the moon shines.

    6. Question
    What should be the THIRD sentence of the coherent paragraph?
    Ans:4
    The correct sequence is CAEBDF.
    D gels well when it immediately precedes F to give us a sub-sequence DF.
    Similarly, E gels well when it immediately precedes B to give us the sub-sequence EB.
    The sentence (C), which introduces the subject of the coherent passage i.e., Watching sky after sunset, should be the first sentence of the coherent paragraph.
    The sentence (A) extends the information introduced by the sentence (C).
    So, the sentence (A) should be the second sentence of the coherent paragraph.
    So, we get the sub-sequence CA.
    Now, we have three sub-sequences CA, EB and DF where we know CA as the introductory sub-sequence of the coherent paragraph.
    Among EB and DF, EB gels well with the CA upon following the later. So, we get the sub-sequence CAEB.
    Now, the sub-sequence DF should form the latter part of the coherent paragraph.
    Ultimately, we get the final sequence for the coherent paragraph as CAEBDF.
    Hence, the THIRD sentence is the sentence E, and the option (c) is the correct answer.

  6. 7. Question

    What should be the FIFTH sentence of the coherent paragraph?

    Ans:2
    The correct sequence is CAEBDF.
    D gels well when it immediately precedes F to give us a sub-sequence DF.
    Similarly, E gels well when it immediately precedes B to give us the sub-sequence EB.
    The sentence (C), which introduces the subject of the coherent passage i.e., Watching sky after sunset, should be the first sentence of the coherent paragraph.
    The sentence (A) extends the information introduced by the sentence (C).
    So, the sentence (A) should be the second sentence of the coherent paragraph.
    So, we get the sub-sequence CA.
    Now, we have three sub-sequences CA, EB and DF where we know CA as the introductory sub-sequence of the coherent paragraph.
    Among EB and DF, EB gels well with the CA upon following the later. So, we get the sub-sequence CAEB.
    Now, the sub-sequence DF should form the latter part of the coherent paragraph.
    Ultimately, we get the final sequence for the coherent paragraph as CAEBDF.
    Hence, the FIFTH sentence is the sentence D, and the option (b) is the correct answer.

  7. 8. Question

    What should be the FOURTH sentence of the coherent paragraph?

    Ans: 1
    The correct sequence is CAEBDF.
    D gels well when it immediately precedes F to give us a sub-sequence DF.
    Similarly, E gels well when it immediately precedes B to give us the sub-sequence EB.
    The sentence (C), which introduces the subject of the coherent passage i.e., Watching sky after sunset, should be the first sentence of the coherent paragraph.
    The sentence (A) extends the information introduced by the sentence (C).
    So, the sentence (A) should be the second sentence of the coherent paragraph.
    So, we get the sub-sequence CA.
    Now, we have three sub-sequences CA, EB and DF where we know CA as the introductory sub-sequence of the coherent paragraph.
    Among EB and DF, EB gels well with the CA upon following the later. So, we get the sub-sequence CAEB.
    Now, the sub-sequence DF should form the latter part of the coherent paragraph.
    Ultimately, we get the final sequence for the coherent paragraph as CAEBDF.
    Hence, the FOURTH sentence is the sentence B, and the option (a) is the correct answer.

  8. 9. Question

    What should be the FIRST sentence of the coherent paragraph?

    Ans:3
    The correct sequence is CAEBDF.
    D gels well when it immediately precedes F to give us a sub-sequence DF.
    Similarly, E gels well when it immediately precedes B to give us the sub-sequence EB.
    The sentence (C), which introduces the subject of the coherent passage i.e., Watching sky after sunset, should be the first sentence of the coherent paragraph.
    The sentence (A) extends the information introduced by the sentence (C).
    So, the sentence (A) should be the second sentence of the coherent paragraph.
    So, we get the sub-sequence CA.
    Now, we have three sub-sequences CA, EB and DF where we know CA as the introductory sub-sequence of the coherent paragraph.
    Among EB and DF, EB gels well with the CA upon following the later. So, we get the sub-sequence CAEB.
    Now, the sub-sequence DF should form the latter part of the coherent paragraph.
    Ultimately, we get the final sequence for the coherent paragraph as CAEBDF.
    Hence, the FIRST sentence is the sentence C, and the option (c) is the correct answer.

  9. 10. Question
    What should be the LAST sentence of the coherent paragraph?
    Ans: 5
    The correct sequence is CAEBDF.
    D gels well when it immediately precedes F to give us a sub-sequence DF.
    Similarly, E gels well when it immediately precedes B to give us the sub-sequence EB.
    The sentence (C), which introduces the subject of the coherent passage i.e., Watching sky after sunset, should be the first sentence of the coherent paragraph.
    The sentence (A) extends the information introduced by the sentence (C).
    So, the sentence (A) should be the second sentence of the coherent paragraph.
    So, we get the sub-sequence CA.
    Now, we have three sub-sequences CA, EB and DF where we know CA as the introductory sub-sequence of the coherent paragraph.
    Among EB and DF, EB gels well with the CA upon following the later. So, we get the sub-sequence CAEB.
    Now, the sub-sequence DF should form the latter part of the coherent paragraph.
    Ultimately, we get the final sequence for the coherent paragraph as CAEBDF.
    Hence, the LAST sentence is the sentence F, and the option (e) is the correct answer.

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